His journey to stardom was not the conventional one, as he started off essaying the role of Devang, a negative lead in Niyati (2011) on Sahara One.
It was around this time that he was offered a light hearted Sikh character in Preeto. Now both the roles were poles apart, but Aryamann did full justice to them. Such has been his dedication towards his craft.
As every actor would, Aryamann Seth too wanted to try his hand in Bollywood and managed to be a part of two movies, but unfortunately both the films have not been realised.
Instead of waiting and worrying over things, Aryamann once again took up television and one saw him as Vichitraveerya in Mahabharat on Star Plus and as Chandradev in Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev on Like OK.
Well you cannot keep a good talent hidden for long and that’s exactly what happened with Aryamann as he was offered to essay the role of Sankalp Suryendra Bharadwaj in Sasural Simar Ka on Colors.
Now this offer too had a twist, as this character was earlier being essayed by Abhishek Sharma. Any actor in his place would have been in two minds to say yes to this one, but Aryamann Seth once again took this up as a challenge and as they say the rest was history.
He not only did full justice to the part, but gave a new dimension to Sankalp.
I think, if you are an actor, then you should be willing to take risks, should be willing to make mistakes and should be willing to learn from them and move on. That’s what Aryamann Seth is all about.
Here’s wishing him all the best for a great future ahead.